86. Large Flower Braid
Since this particular style is purple, it’s very striking. Even despite that, the beautiful flower braided at the back of the hair is already striking, which makes the curly hair almost give the illusion of roots. Who needs accessories when you can do something like this with your hair?
87. Classic Pigtails
Braided pigtails have a sense of childish nostalgia about them, but this particular style brings it into the modern age by starting the braiding right by the part of the hair. It brings a surprisingly significant twist to the style, while still keeping it simple, classic, and casual, complementing the loose strands.
88. Thick Side Braid
For any occasion, this thickly braided hairstyle is perfect for long hair. It can be a daily style or for a formal occasion, especially when you add in little accessories to the tip of the braid, like flowers or other clips. It’s a great way to celebrate the length of your hair.
89. Flowing Hair with Side Cornrows
That half-shaved look is a great, edgy trend, and I’d say it’s even more fashionable when the buzz is replaced by cornrows. It adds some texture to that side of the hair, and also takes away the risk! If you decide you don’t want that style anymore, it’s a lot easier to ditch the cornrows than to grow out a shaved side.
90. Messy Bun with Dutch Braids
Adding just a bit of texture to a classic bun, these double Dutch braids work up along the scalp and into the base of the bun. They are a clear focal point of the style, yet still manage to stay subtle since the hair stays loose enough, not pulling the hair into tight braids that would otherwise detract from the style.